Grand Theft Felony Charges Dismissed
I was charged with 7 counts of Commercial Burglary (Penal Code Section 459-460(b)) as felonies; I was also charged with 7 counts of Possession of Fictitious Instruments (Penal Code Section 476) as felonies; and 7 counts of Grand Theft (Penal Code Section 487(a) also as felonies. I was facing up to 16 years in state Prison for these offenses. The situation involved passing multiple bad checks at a bank. I hired Attorney Will Bruzzo to represent because of his experience with theft cases and his familiarity with the Courts and District Attorney.
Mr. Bruzzo immediately discovered that the District Attorney had blown the statute of limitations on the Commercial Burglary (Penal Code Section 459-460(b) charges. That caused the DISMISSAL of one third of the charges.
Mr. Bruzzo continued to negotiate with the District Attorney and eventually they agreed to DISMISS ALL the felonies if I paid restitution and pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge of insufficient funds (Penal Code Section 476a(a). I was not sentenced to any jail and I only have one year of [informal] probation. I am very happy with this result and I would enthusiastically recommend Mr. Bruzzo for any Commercial Burglary (Penal Code Section 459-460(a)), Fictitious Instruments (Penal Code Section 476) or Grand Theft (Penal Code Section 487(a) matter.
Oct 23, 2014
I was arrested and charged with Grand Theft (Penal Code Section 487(a)) for taking items from a store worth almost $1,800.00. I hired Attorney Will Bruzzo to represent me because of his past case results and his familiarity with the courts and District Attorney in Orange County. This case would have been filed as a felony but Mr. Bruzzo spoke with the District Attorney prior to the court date and the case got filed as a misdemeanor. Notably, I had a prior case for the same thing.
Mr. Bruzzo went to court and negotiated with the District Attorney. Despite the high value of the items taken, he managed to get me a program and a DISMISSAL of the case with DNA. I am very happy with this result and I would enthusiastically recommend Mr. Bruzzo for any theft or criminal matter.
I was charged with Grand Theft (Penal Code Section 487(a)) and was facing up to 1 year in jail for this offense. I had taken over $1,000.00 of property along with a co-defendant. I hired attorney Will Bruzzo to represent me because of his success with theft cases and his experience with the District Attorney and the courts in Orange County. My co-defendant who was represented by another lawyer, ended up pleading guilty to the case. However, despite the fact we were charged with the same crime, Mr. Bruzzo negotiated a dismissal once I completed community service and gave DNA. I never pled guilty. As such I would enthusiastically recommend Mr. Bruzzo for any Grand Theft or criminal matter.
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